Johnson J Wagoner


Johnson J. Wagoner

Johnson J. Wagoner

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Rev. Johnson J. Wagoner, was born in Rural Valley, Armstrong Co., Pa., March 13, 1852. His early education received in the schools of the vicinity was followed by a collegiate course in Adrian College, Adrian, Mich., and by a post-graduate course in Heidelberg University. In 1875 he was ordained a minister in the Methodist Protestant Church and faithfully served that denomination in four or five pastorates, during a period of about fifteen years. He was received as a minister in the Reformed Church in 1889 or 1890; and until the time of his death served eight different charges: Emlenton, Turtle Creek, Pa.; Millersburg, Ind.; St. Jacobís near Tiflin, Ohio; South Bend, Pa.; Germano, Mohican, and Marshallville, Ohio. He died suddenly in Akron, Ohio, on September 22, 1916. He is survived by his widow, five sons and four daughters. 


Obituaries including Portraits and Biographical Sketches, Almanac and Year Book for the Reformed Church in the United States, 1918, page 49



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